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Young Criminal Lives: Life Courses and Life Chances from 1850

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Young Criminal Lives: Life Courses and Life Chances from 1850 by Barry Godfrey
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Author Biography

Professor Barry Godfrey is Vice President of Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University and Pro Vice Chancellor of Liverpool University. He has published fourteen books on crime history, life-course offending, and longitudinal studies of sentencing. He is currently leading the AHRC funded 'Digital Panopticon', and collaborates on projects in Australia, China, and Canada. Professor Pamela Cox teaches and research across social history, social policy, socio-legal studies and criminology. Widely published, Pamela now leads an interdisciplinary evaluation of pioneering interventions working with birth mothers at risk of recurrent care proceedings; and works with local authorities to improve services for victims of crime. She is currently chair of the Social History Society. Dr Heather Shore is Reader in History at Leeds Beckett University. Her most recent book is London's Criminal Underworlds, c. 1720 - c. 1930: A Social and Cultural History. She is currently PI on the AHRC funded, 'Our Criminal Past: Our Criminal Ancestors', with Dr. Helen Johnston; and the BA/Leverhulme funded 'Borstal Lives' project. Dr Zoe Alker is a Lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology at the University of Liverpool where she researches and teaches digital humanities and crime history. Zoe publishes in both criminological and history journals.
Release date NZ
November 9th, 2017
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Oxford University Press
Pages
256
Dimensions
146x223x21
ISBN-13
9780198788492
Product ID
27187588

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